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Adapted from the smash-hit memoir by national treasure Bill Bryson, Notes from a Small Island spent three years in the Sunday Times best sellers list, sold over two million copies and was voted on World Book Day by BBC Radio 4 listeners as the book that best represents our British identity.
What makes us love this country we call our own?
Join Bill as he journeys from Calais to Scotland, rediscovering the green and pleasant land he calls his home, ahead of moving back to his native United States. How can the nation that produced Marmite, Gardener's Question time and people who say 'Ooh lovely' at the sight of a cup of tea, hold such a special place in his heart?
Escape to a laughter-filled evening in this brand-new production that celebrates one of the nation's most beloved books. A tribute to all the quirks and idiosyncrasies of our small island, that will leave you feeling positively proud to be British.
The phenomenal author of Notes from a Small Island, Bill Bryson, will be joining us for one night only on Tuesday 24th November for a special post show Q&A. Find out from the man himself why he fell in love with this country we call our own. This momentous event is open to all audience members on Tuesday 24th November, as part of the standard ticket price.
Richmond Theatre is established as one of the most successful theatres in the country, presenting a wide range of quality drama, record breaking musicals, opera, dance and family entertainment each year, Richmond Theatre welcomes a quarter of a million theatre goers to over 40 outstanding productions annually, performing for about 49 weeks every year!